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  • Winery’s ribbon-cutting kicks off Grand Opening

    Several members of the Imperial Chamber of Commerce joined Broken Arrow Cellars’ owners Steve and Deborah Schilke, center, for a ribbon-cutting at their Grand Opening last Thursday. The business has been open a little over a month for samplings and ha...
  • New site, time, speaker for ag tech fair

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The seventh annual Imperial Chamber of Commerce Ag Technology Fair will be held Jan. 7 from 4-7 p.m. at the Imperial Eagles Club. Chairman Chris Lee said the change in time and location is an effort by the Chamber to ...
  • Recent prison, HHS reports could taint governor’s legacy

    By Russ Pankonin, The Imperial Republican When I look back on the 10-year tenure of Dave Heineman as Nebraska’s governor, I feel that he helped move Nebraska forward in many ways. Just recently, Nebraska has been recognized as one of the country’s be...
  • Road win at Ogallala ups record to 3-1

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican Head Coach Carl Zuege knew his team would be in for a battle with Class B Sidney Red Raiders Friday night. The Longhorns went into the weekend without point guard Ryan Moline, who suffered a concussion in the McC...
  • Wrestlers garner three medals at Holdrege Tourney

    By Alan CarmanThe Imperial Republican Head Coach Matt Vlasin only entered four of his young squad in the varsity division at the Holdrege Invitational last Saturday. Vlasin decided to take six other wrestlers in the junior varsity division. Out of the f...
  • CCS girls never trail against Sidney; drop Ogallala contest

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Chase County’s plan to protect the lane and short corner  against Sidney Friday was a good plan, and the Lady Longhorns won a lopsided 48-29 contest. It was the second win at home in as many games, but like last we...
  • State’s deer harvest up slightly from 2013; success rate 37%

    The Nebraska deer harvest is up slightly from 2013. As of Dec. 5, 44,379 deer have been taken in all seasons, compared to 42,562 by the same date last year. The biggest change from last year is the mule deer buck harvest, which is up by 575 animals (9 per...
  • November Students of Month named

    The November Students of the Month at Chase County Schools are Paige Spady and Kevin Chavira. They will attend an Imperial Rotary Club lunch in January. Spady, 18, is the daughter of Michelle and Mark Spady. She is on the honor roll and is a member of Nat...
  • District championships for Imperial FFA

    By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican The Imperial FFA chapter qualified a number of students and four teams for next April’s state convention during district competition in Curtis on Dec. 10. The Junior Parliamentary Procedure team of Trey Bahler, Mo...
  • Elves busy at MPCC

    Patrons of the Imperial Extended Campus of Mid-Plains Community College were invited to participate in a cookie exchange Monday. A variety of cookies, candies and Mexican food was on display (and for eating). One class even decorated a marker board for Ch...
  • Resolve to give blood in January

    Resolve to give blood in January The American Red Cross asks eligible blood donors to make a resolution to give blood regularly in 2015, beginning with National Blood Donor Month in January. National Blood Donor Month recognizes the importance of giving ...
  • Board approves $900 base pay hike for teachers

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Teachers at Chase County Schools (CCS) will see a base pay increase in their salaries for the 2015-16 school year. At the board of education’s monthly meeting Monday night, a 9-0 vote approved the base pay of $33,50...
  • Santa a big hit at Christmas Festival

    Santa was a big hit with the kids at last Thursday’sChamber Christmas Festival held at the St. Patrick Church Parish Hall. Young Paige Owens, 5, whispers her list into Santa’s ear as her sister, Peyton Owens, 7, giggles with glee. The girls are the ...
  • Champion a busy place for 10th Vision of Trees

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze The Champion Junior Women’s Club hosted the 10th annual Vision of Trees at the Champion Community Center last Saturday and Sunday. The theme was “Celebrate the Season.” The always-popular event’s main attract...
  • Large crowd turns out for Christmas Festival

    By Russ PankoninThe Imperial Republican This year’s Imperial Chamber of Commerce Christmas Festival to kick off the Christmas shopping season in Imperial drew a large crowd Thursday, Dec. 4. The day-long event culminated with a freewill donation soup s...
  • Bike Ride Across Nebraska picks Wauneta as 2015 start town

    By Sheri Hink-WagnerThe Wauneta Breeze On June 7, 2015 approximately 700 bike riders plus family members and Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) staff members will arrive in Wauneta to kick off its 35th annual ride across Nebraska. BRAN officials announce...
  • ProStart classes make points with school board

    The ProStart I and II classes at Chase County Schools served a full meal to school board members, administrators and secretaries Monday night following the monthly board meeting. It’s been an annual event of the classes, which study food preparation o...
  • Giving of her talents to area communities

    ■ Editor’s note: This is one in a series of articles highlighting Mid-Plains Community College’s Imperial Extented Campus, its teachers and students.By Carolyn LeeThe Imperial Republican She considers herself lucky. After spending years living and s...
  • Christmas music to float through school

    The Chase County Schools grade 7-12 vocal music concert is scheduled for Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Under the direction of Randy Hayes, the junior high chorus will perform a variety of songs, including a medley of popular Christmas titl...
  • Latest sales tax report tops $122,000 for third quarter

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican Imperial’s third quarter sales tax report from the Nebraska Dept. of Revenue shows a total of $122,835.06 in receipts to the city. The 2014 third quarter report is the final one before  removal of Nebraska’s sale...

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